You Have To See This Incredible LEGO Batcave. No Excuses.

Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey spent over 800 hours across twelve weeks building this LEGO Batcave. It's made out of 20,000 individual parts, weighs over 100 pounds, and even has its own lighting system.

It's also got a total of four motors hidden inside to power various elements, like elevators, the Batmobile's turntable and a rotating storage area for Batman's outfits and gear.

I'm...it...I'm speechless.

Bat Cave [Flickr, via Brothers Brick]


Comments

    these guys have way too much time on their hands but OMG great work.

      ...too much time AND money. That's a whole lotta plastic cash right there.

    Can I be that guy? Am I allowed to ask where the animatronic T-Rex, giant joker or giant coin are? This is great work, though. I love how it actually looks and feels cavernous! (Great photography too, I guess)

    That's pro. Actually really awesome!

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